Challenging and fun is the Rescue Diver course! You wouldn’t describe it a better way. Being a Rescue Diver is a commitment with safe diving practices and so on other diver’s safety. You may wonder what is fun in that? Well, practicing different scenarios, learning how to react in front of them and making decision…Details
I can keep on talking about food basically every moment of the day, and in Indonesia I’m in the perfect spot because with 18,000 islands Indonesia has quite some original and delicious kitchens! Kirstie and Ellen commented on my last Delicious Indonesia blogs that I missed a tempe dish and I completely agree! Did you…Details
Can you spot the fish? Look closer and you can see the crocodile fish hiding in the rubble on one of our local dive sites, Lekuan 3. These relatives of the scorpionfish are masters of disguise in Bunaken National Park and a treat to see if you can!
Divemaster course in full swing in Bunaken and I must say it has been a wonderful experience so far. One of the first practical things another Divemaster trainee and I had to do was run through and practice 24 skills. These skills are ones that every student learns during their PADI Open Water Course. As…Details
This week we’ve been enjoying the cooler time of year and diving a lot on the North side of Nusa Penida. The reefs here are in great condition with loads of marine life – including this Hawksbill Turtle who was so busy eating she wasn’t at all bothered by our divers taking photos and videos.…Details
Why are nudibranchs so colorful? As you certainly know, nudibranchs are beautiful sea slugs that display most of the time a full range of vivid and elegant colors. From flashy pink to intense purple, bright yellow to deep green, blue, red, etc… We can frequently observe them in many dive sites in Lembeh like Nudi…Details
Lionfish in Bunaken National Park! Lionfish, Pterois, are native to the Indo-Pacific so, unlike in the Caribbean sea, west Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea, in Indonesia we don’t see them as a pest or hunt them with spears, we actually enjoy seeing them and they make great photography subjects.Details
So you’ve just finished your Open Water course, and you’re hooked, so what now? As a PADI Open Water Diver, you have plenty of options for continuing your SCUBA diving training. Fun Dives: It’s always a good idea to practice all those new skills by joining us on some fun dives. With your new certification,…Details